Quebec beef patella.
Choose a bone that is bigger than your dog's mouth. This will avoid the risk of choking or the dog swallowing it whole.
NEVER cook the bones. ALWAYS give raw and supervised.
Should the animal break the bone, remove it IMMEDIATELY. Other stronger bones are available. The goal being that it only eats it away.
If your dog vomits, has diarrhea, or has difficulty defecating after eating a bone, you will need to reevaluate which ones you give him and how often.
Please introduce raw bones gradually. At first, give the bone to your dog for a period of 15 to 30 minutes and put the bone back in the freezer afterwards. This will lower the risk of digestive problems giving it time to get used to it.